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PBS
Dec 27, 2012 10:00pm PST
, the mood changes, and there's a lot of uncertainty still as time creeps forward. lord grantham doesn't deal with the changes very well. he wants everything to maintain the same, and of course, that will never happen. i refuse to be the failure. bonneville: robert isn't a natural businessman. i can tell you that there are some big financial problems on the horizon. we have my mother-in-law coming to stay. robert, aren't you going to kiss me? and any man who has a mother-in-law coming to stay knows that there's fireworks on the horizon. you americans never understand the importance of tradition. yes, we do. we just don't give it power over us. bonneville: and of course, we've got the whole "will they/won't they?" with mary and matthew. i'm looking forward to all sorts of things. don't make me blush. she's still very adamant that things stay the same and that she wants to bring up her children at downton. and matthew is not quite decided upon that. what about us? what about our children? you know i would do anything for this family. anything except help us. bonneville: will edith ever find pro
CBS
Dec 9, 2012 6:00am PST
in the gray as herself, goofing around before her take. here she is as lady mary, one of lord grantham's daughters engaged to matthew finally after two seasons of agonizing, will they, won't they? >> lady mary crawly, will you do me the honor of becoming my wife? >> yes. reporter: part of the fun is being on set was trying to figure out what the scenes being shot gave away about season 3. >> i'm sorry, to snatch him away. >> reporter: hmmmm. this at least is obvious. >> looking forward to the wedding? >> what do you think? i'm looking forward to all sorts of things. >> don't make me blush. reporter: in the wardrobe trailer while we were there, what was being picked out for the next day's shooting looked right for a wedding. but whose? >> that's where the hierarchy matters. >> reporter: see that man? his name is alster bruce. his job is historical advisor meaning correctness cop. >> in britain, in the year 1920, there was a way in which somebody who lived in an or it throw karat i can family would expect to be treated and to interact and to treat somebody from below stairs. >> reporter:
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